Established in 1976, the Midwest Book Review is committed to promoting literacy, library usage, and small press publishing. It featured a review of Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia in the December 2016 issue. With the publication’s permission below is the entire review. Our thanks to reviewer Clabe Polk and the Midwest Book Review!

Should appeal to any reader that loves mysteries with a supernatural twist – Four Stars!

Weeia are a specialized group who live among humans and who possess certain special powers. Except for these special powers, Weeia are undistinguishable from humans. Weeia Marshals are trained to prevent unscrupulous Weeia from using their powers against humans.
When Danni Metreaux, a recent third level graduate of the Weeia Marshal academy, is unexpectedly sent to Paris for her first assignment, she is excited and a bit over-whelmed. She is also the envy of the rest of the academy graduates who have received much more mundane postings. However, Paris disappoints her as her boss, Francois appears completely burned out an uninterested, his friend Patrick is an unknown factor and the Office Manager, Madame Marmotte comes across as an ineffective busy-body manipulator.
Soon, Danni is up to her heck in intrigue involving a gypsy clan and desperately trying to get her boss to back her. Will she be successful and survive the gypsy threat? I suppose you’ll have to read it to find out!
Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia should appeal to any reader that loves mysteries with a supernatural twist. 4-stars
Clabe Polk, Reviewer
Midwest Book Review